Hotel Royal Corin
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... is marvelously beautiful and the people are kind and inviting. It is a extraordinary country and I feel so lucky to have experienced as both a volunteer and a tourist seeing the beauty that others see (Turriabla, Monteverde, Manuel Antonio) and others not on offer to everyone (school at Parquita, Costa Rican National holiday and lantern parade, body boarding competitions). An amazing journey that I am sad is over, but so grateful that I have experienced and will never ...
... a rest stop along the way were treated to the sight of some colourful birds, red and green macaws. La Fortuna is a very touristy town at the foot of one of Costa Rica's active volcanoes, Arenal, and famous for its hot springs. On the way there we passed many fancy spa hotels as well as a huge lake which offered some very nice views from the bus. I reasoned I should see this trip less as a means of transport and more as a comfortable excursion so the money might be more worth it. I ...
... paths yourself, then it might seem more special. We had just hiked Cerro Chato a few days before after all! But, I guess you wouldn't otherwise get to be surrounded by nature in this manner. Thinking of it this way, it is pretty cool to be walking at the same height as some of the trees' canopies and no building or roads in sight. The only man-made structures are the 8 hanging bridges you walk along. I think we were also lucky ...
On our first night in Costa Rica we ate at Nene's Restaurant (also called Restaurante Nene’s), located in the heart of La Fortuna, Arenal. Our waiter, and owner of the restaurant, Mario, was incredibly welcoming and hospitable. Nene’s had a very homey feel to it, and we quickly learned that one of the best things about eating with a large group ...
... our trek to Arenal Volcano. The unfortunate thing is that we were told that all the hot springs are owned privately, so we had to pay to get into them. I guess we were hoping for a nature's own hot springs. We ate at Que Rico, I've been eating lots of sea foods here so thats a good thing! Then we went back to Los Lagos and paid $15 to get in. The crocodile farm that they hyped about turned out to be two adult crocodiles behind a cage and a baby ...